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Lawrence Agyei Portraits + Best of the Web

by Grace Bonney

When it comes to photography, I have very little skill, but an endless amount of appreciation and love for those who do it well. Ever since I got to see work on , I’ve been following more and more photographers online to see what it’s like to view the world through their eyes.

Photographer ‘s work has been on my mind all week because he is able to capture and celebrate such vivid colors with incredible softness. Originally from Ghana, Agyei is now based in Chicago where he has worked on projects for VSCO, Apple and The Fader. But it’s his independent portrait series that tugs at my heart the most. Each one feels like the start of a beautiful story waiting to be told. If you need some weekend inspiration, to check out his work online. Until Monday, have a safe and wonderful weekend. Below are our favorite stories from around the web (and DS) this week. xo, grace

Wall-to-Wall Color in a West Texas Revamp

Corner & Compass: Celebrating Inspiring Families and Interiors

Um, so…. All the best parts of old farmhouse charm a major dose of Dwell modernism.

Before & After: A Baker’s Dingy Rental Becomes a Joyful Ode to Color

This Greenville, SC home is bursting with color and pattern.

I’ve never been a makeup person. But (stay with me…) is so slick and simple I may have to try it for the holidays.

I can’t afford these , but they are the glittery paillette-covered stuff of dreams.

This piece on Australian is incredible. Her work is stunning.

Shop Tour: Le Cactus Club

A Wicked Good ‘Creamsicle’ Parfait + Cookbook Giveawayhttp://droits-humains.info/2017/11/a-wicked-good-creamsicle-parfait-giveaway.html!

Before & After: A Bedroom Gets Some Color & A Touch Of Prep

Speaking of online shopping. These are winter gold.

Before & After: A Dreary Utility Room Becomes an Airy Bathroom

All of the bold colors in  are amazing.

Effortless Boho Style Transforms a 90s Cookie-Cutter Home

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